|ICH Update 022 - January 2011 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Happy New Year from the Intangible Cultural Heritage office of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador! In this edition of the ICH Update, news of an introductory workshop on folklore and oral history interviews, the announcement of the 2011 Folklife Festival theme, a review of the 2010 Mummers Festival, a Google Maps workshop in Trepassey, a local cobbler puts a new sole in an old tradition, and the launch of our new Tradition Bearers Spotlight program.
Keywords: ICH; folklore; oral history; newfoundland; mummering; folklife; cobbler; shoe repair
|Clarenville Heritage - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Dale Gilbert Jarvis, folklorist, storyteller and Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer for the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador gives the address to the annual general meeting of the Clarenville Heritage Society, Inc, on Wednesday, March 4, 2009, at the College of the North Atlantic, Clarenville, Newfoundland, speaking on place names, possible origins of the name "Clarenville" and on his role as ICH Development Officer.
Keywords: place names; Clarenville; Newfoundland; Dale Gilbert Jarvis
|ICH Update 023 - February March 2011 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, the Mummers Festival wins an award for cultural tourism from Hospitality Newfoundland and Labrador; the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador offers a Boxes Under The Bed workshop in cooperation with the Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives; the St. John's Storytelling Festival explores the concept of a national folk epic for the province; Mona Petten, of Port de Grave, is the second in our regular Tradition Bear...
Keywords: ICH; Newfoundland; Labrador; concerts; storytelling; Jack
|ICH Update 048 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In the Newfoundland and Labrador ICH Update newsletter for December 2013: an invitation to the Intangible Cultural Heritage mini forum on December 13th; a report on the historic Legge Homestead, a Registered Heritage Structure; the Armagh Rhymers visit from Northern Ireland; and, Christmas memories from Spaniard's Bay, Bay Roberts, and Quidi Vidi.Contributors: Dale Jarvis, Lisa Wilson, Sarah Ingram, Andrea O'Brien
Keywords: newfoundland; christmas; folklore; oral history; tradition; vernacular architecture
|ICH Podcast 001 - A Good Boat - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In the late 1970s American folklorist, David Taylor, conducted a series of interviews in the Trinity Bay area while researching his Memorial University folklore thesis, "Boatbuilding in Winterton: The Design, Construction and Use of Inshore Fishing Boats in a Newfoundland Community". In this podcast, we present short clips of two of those interviews. The first, dating from March 22, 1979 is part of Dr...
Keywords: boatbuilding; newfoundland; tradition; intangible cultural heritage; podcast; david taylor
|ICH Update 050 March April 2014 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
This month, we celebrate the 50th edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update newsletter. We look at back at where we've come from, provide an overview of the recent Baccalieu Trail Heritage Forum, remember the adventures of a wayward polar bear in Quidi Vidi, and explore how the Provincial Historic Commemorations Program is working to safeguard intangible cultural heritage in Newfoundland and Labrador.Contributors: Dale Jarvis, Sarah Ingram, Lisa Wilson
Keywords: Newfoundland; heritage; culture
|Ghostly Ballerinas - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Stories of true encounters with the paranormal continue to be told in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, to the present day. In this podcast, storyteller and author Dale Jarvis reads a tale of ghostly ballerinas that dates back the Second World War. The story is taken from his book "Wonderful Strange: Ghosts, Fairies and Fabulous Beasties" published by Flanker Press.
Keywords: ghost; ghost story; storytelling; newfoundland; dancers; ballerinas; paranormal; supernatural; Dale Gilbert Jarvis
|St John's Tweetup - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
On Friday, September 30th, 2011, the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Newfoundland Historic Trust, hosted a St. Johnâs Tweetup event at the Newman Wine Vaults Provincial Historic Site on Water Street, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, as part of Culture Days. As part of the event, folklorist Dale Jarvis moderated a panel discussion with people in the cultural sector on the role of social media in local arts, how it is working, and where it is going...
Keywords: social media; newfoundland; culture; arts
|ICH Update 021 - December 2010 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for the province of Newfoundland and Labrador: The mummers festival returns for another year and another mummer's parade; Melissa Squarey learns how to make her very own hobby horse; Karen Spencer shares how Conception Bay South is preserving their history with three booklets on the Kelligrew's Soiree, the Battle of Fox Trap, and Agricultural History of Conception Bay South; a discussion of "bucking" and Bonfire Night memories on Memoria...
Keywords: Newfoundland; culture; folklore; oral history; christmas; mummering; mummer; festival
|ICH Update February 2013 041 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this special February edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador, our contributors get all romantic (most of them, anyway!). Learn about the Heritage Foundation's celebration of Heritage Day 2013, enjoy some traditional Czech pernicky (gingerbread), explore love stories from the appropriately named community of Heart's Content, see how an outport nurse celebrated her honeymoon, and lock up your loved ones...
Keywords: love; romance; marriage; folklore; oral history
|ICH Update 032 February 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador, we invite people to our "Tea and Baskets" events in Corner Brook and Grand Falls-Windsor; ICH intern Nicole Penney shares some of her research on mill lunch baskets; and we nominate inukshuk building as an item of provincial historical significance.
Keywords: material culture; inukshuk; mill basket; lunch baskets; newfoundland; labrador
|ICH Update 035 - July 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador's ICH office launches its new Avalon Folklore Project, a project-based training initiative where communities can apply to work with a folklorist on local traditions under threat; Joelle Carey interviews Max Clarke of Paradise about his love of make and break engines; the Make & Break Flotilla and Parts Swap draws closer; and the Museum Association...
Keywords: training; boats; engines; newfoundland; labrador; folklore
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update 016 May 2010 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this issue of the ICH Update, Dr. Gerald Pocius, Chair of the Provincial Intangible Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee gives a review of ICH in Newfoundland and Labrador; Cape Bonavista Interpretation Centre wants your stories about the Cape; Grade Four students at the Cape St. Francis School, Pouch Cove, start work on a community oral history project; dancers hit Quidi Vidi Village; and the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador invites you to help them restore a vintage Gander Ri...
Keywords: museum; ICH; folklore; oral history; Newfoundland; stories; youth; education
|ICH Update August September 2013 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In the 2013 August/September issue of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update: students start the Folklore 6020 field school in Quidi Vidi; the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador launches its most recent publication, on lych-gates in Newfoundland; archaeologist Sarah Ingram gives an update on the wells and springs project; Nicole Penney reports on digitizing the Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation Oral History Collection; we have a report on HFNL's recent tombstone rubbing worksho...
Keywords: cemetery; tombstone; oral history; folklore; newfoundland; wells; springs
|ICH Update 034 April - June 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
It has been a busy few months for the ICH office at the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (HFNL), and we are gearing up for a very busy summer. In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, there are a few big announcements, including the accreditation of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador by UNESCO, and the launch of our 2012 Folklife Festival, which this year will take place in Bonavista on August 4th, with a celebration of Newfoundlandâs iconic ...
Keywords: intangible cultural heritage; newfoundland; boat engines; make and break; boats; supernatural
|ICH Update 018 - September 2010 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, provincial folklorist Dale Jarvis brings you up to date on ICH activities over the summer months, news on the Canada-wide Culture Days event scheduled for September, a peek at what our intern has been up to with Memorial University's Digital Archives Initiative, sound traditions, and an invite to participate in Doors Open St. John's and Doors Open Petty Harbour with sites ranging from the divine to the disgusting!
Keywords: Doors Open; Newfoundland; Petty Harbour; Culture Days
|ICH Update 049 January February 2014 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we introduce the Grey Sock Project, linking the commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the First World War with traditional knitting skills; the Food Security Network on their "All Around The Table" seniors' oral history project; and researching tiddly, hoist your sails and run and other children's games and pastimes.
Keywords: games; WWI; newfoundland; knitting
|The Seekers at Atlanti-CON 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Grace Shears and Gerrard Duffney of The Seekers, a paranormal investigation team based in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada, are joined by author and storyteller Dale Jarvis of the St. John's Haunted Hike for a panel session on paranormal investigation and story collecting at the 2012 Atlanti-CON sci-fi convention in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, 29 September 2012.
Keywords: ghost stories; paranormal; supernatural; investigations; folklore; newfoundland; ghosts
|Making a Sculling Oar - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this short interview, boatbuilder Jerome Canning describes the use and construction of a traditional Newfoundland sculling oar as part of a demonstration at the Canadian Museums Association conference, at the Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, on May 13, 2010. Interview conducted by Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer Dale Jarvis.
Keywords: boatbuilding; oars; oar; sculling; oral history; boat; rodney; spokeshave
|ICH Update 051 May/June 2014 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: the launch of the Petty Harbour Oral History Project; announcing our Fishing For Folklore workshop in Petty Harbour this September; the Corner Brook Mill Whistle Project; an update on the Grey Sock Project, and a WWI knitting pattern; and, a mitten knitting competition.Contributors: Dale Jarvis, Janice Tulk, Nicole Penney, Donna Clouston, Christine Legrow
Keywords: knitting; WWI; first world war; world war one; socks; oral history; mill whistle; corner brook
|Pudding and Folklore - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Folklorist and Intangible Cultural Heritage Development Officer Dale Jarvis introduces the Food, Folklore and Tourism Workshop in Cupids, Newfoundland on Monday, 15 August 2011, with some thoughts on steamed and boiled puddings, and how food, folklore and culture are intertwined.
Keywords: food; folklore; culture; christmas; tradition; newfoundland
|Continuous Production - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
A recitation entitled "Continuous Production" written and performed by Mr Terry Penney, about life at the mill in Corner Brook. Recorded as part of the "Tea 'n' Baskets" event hosted by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador at the Glynmill Inn, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada on 18 March 2012.
Keywords: recitation; folk poetry; mill culture
|The Isle of Skye - a ghost story - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
A traditional tale of a ghostly ship from Holyrood, Conception Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, told by storyteller Dale Jarvis, and adapted from his book "The Golden Leg and Other Ghostly Campfire Tales" published by Flanker Press.
Keywords: ghost ship; ghost; supernatural; ghost stories; storytelling; storyteller; dale gilbert jarvis
|Spirt of Basket Weaving - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Clip from an interview with Margaret (Margie) Pelletier, a Mi'kmaw elder and basket maker from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Recorded at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University, Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada, on 17 March 2012 by Dale Jarvis. QUOTE: I think with me, there is a spirit within me that makes the basket. I always told my mother that. It's like I can make the basket, I'm just the physical form...
Keywords: basket making
|A Winter's Tale: The Legacy of Henry William Winter - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
A conversation with the grandson of one of Newfoundland's legendary furniture makers. During the late 19th and early 20th century, Henry William Winter, an ambitious self-taught furniture maker in Clarke's Beach, Conception Bay, mass-produced furniture using simple hand tools and a few primitive machines. These included a foot-powered jig saw, a foot-operated lathe and a larger lathe designed to be driven manually or powered by a dog...
Keywords: oral history; folklore; folklife; interview; henry william winter; Dale Jarvis; The Rooms; furniture; furniture making
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update December 2009 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, find out what we mean when we talk about a "folklife" festival. Discover one of Christmas's more frightening tradition, the hobby horse, and find out how you can learn to make one of your own. Get a full list of events for this year's mummers festival and get the inside scoop on the St. John's Mummers Parade and a partnership with the Georgestown Neighbourhood Association that is full of holiday cheer!
Keywords: christmas; hobby horse; tradition; folklife; festival; newfoundland; mummer; mummering; folklore; ich; intangible cultural heritage
|Mira Hunter on Turkish Whirling - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Folklorist Dale Jarvis interviews Mira Hunter on the topic of Turkish whirling, a type of traditional dance and moving meditation, as part of the 20th anniversary of the Festival of New Dance in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Recorded Thursday, September 23, 2010 at Cochrane Street United Church. Mira Hunter is a visual artist and second-generation sufi mevlevi whirling dervish, who began her traditional training at the age of 16 with her father Raqib Burke and Sheikh Jelaladdin Loras.
Keywords: dervish; dancing; whirling; Turkish; Newfoundland; dance; sufi
|ICH Update 045 - July 2013 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we announce the designation of Heart's Content as a Registered Heritage District, and commemorate it with the unveiling of a bronze plaque; Nicole Penney returns from the Loggers' Life Museum with news of a weaving workshop in the woods; archaeologist Sarah Ingram reports on our new wells, water and springs research; and, folklore graduate student researcher Claire McDougall reports on her pre...
Keywords: intangible cultural heritage; newsletter; newfoundland; culture
|ICH Update 030 - October November 2011 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador, we go looking for traditional basket makers; Mel Squarey interviews Chris Belbin about the history of Belbin's Grocery; a new cell phone oral history project is launched in The Battery; and Tales of Town returns to The Rooms Theatre, with memories of Christmas past.
Keywords: oral history; culture; tradition; museums; newfoundland
|ICH Update 042 - March 2013 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In the March 2013 edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we announce the launch of "Living Spaces: The Architecture of the Family Fishery in Keels, Newfoundland,” a report based on the 2012 Keels Folklore Field School, edited by Dr. Gerald Pocius; researchers Lisa Wilson and Christina Robarts provide articles celebrating International Women’s Day; we announce a series of March events related to cultural landscapes and root cellars; and we gear up fo...
Keywords: newfoundland; culture; food; eastern europe; landscape; book launch; festival
|ICH Update 029 September 2011 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador, a group of folklore students under the direction of Dr. Jillian Gould are on fire; we celebrate Culture Days in St. John's with a tweet up and panel on social media and culture; Melissa Squarey talks rug hooking with Betty White; and we launch a new public oral history interview program, Tales of Town, in partnership with The Rooms.
Keywords: oral history; folklore; rug hooking; social media; bonfire night
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update 024 April 2011 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of Newfoundland and Labrador's ICH Update for April 2011, we announce the dates for the Old Time Concerts series in Heart's Content, Cupids and Bay Roberts; Melissa Squarey talks to Betty Rumbolt about the tradition of Easter tea buns in Upper Island Cove, and folklorist Sandra Wheeler introduces us to a new generation of young fabric artists working in the old tradition of rug hooking.
Keywords: culture; heritage; craft; recipes; food
|ICH Update 038 October 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador, folklorist Dale Jarvis gives an update on the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador's Avalon Folklore Project; news about two ICH workshops, one on making pillow tops and one on memory maps; Nicole Penney interviews Joe Lewis of Conception Harbour about working high steel; and an introduction to HFNL's newest staff person, Lisa Wilson
Keywords: pillow top; weaving; lumbering; lumber woods; memory map; cognitive mapping; high steel; ironworkers
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update October 2009 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's ICH Update, we look at a project to place materials from the Memorial University of Newfoundland Folklore and Language Archive which relate to mummering traditions online, an article on the wren, the king of the birds, a note from Harbour Breton on an Iron Foot, an update on what's new with the Digital Archives Initiative, and a preview of the Place, Narrative and New Media Symposium
Keywords: mummering; jannying; newfoundland; mummers; festival; new media; intangible cultural heritage; ich
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update Jan Feb 2010 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this issue of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update newsletter for January and February 2010, we announce an introduction to interviewing techniques workshop with Dr. Philip Hiscock; a review of websites with sample oral history questions; The Rooms brews up coffee, culture and love; and, Dr. Anna Kearney Guigne hits the road with planning workshops for community organizations planning folklore and oral history research projects.
Keywords: folklore; ich; intangible cultural heritage; newfoundland; interviewing; storytelling; mary gavan; culture
|Paddy Mahony's Gold - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
The story of Paddy Mahony's gold, a tale of buried treasure and its supernatural guardian, from Horse's Head, Little Colinet Island, St. Mary's Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Horse's Head was inhabited by one Paddy Mahony, who dwelt in what was referred to as a "solitary hut". Somehow it was revealed to the lucky Paddy that a great treasure was to be found in a certain place near Horse's Head. Paddy lost no time, and set out with shovel in hand in search of the buried treasure...
Keywords: Dale Gilbert Jarvis; folklore; Newfoundland; storytelling; buried treasure; gold; little colinet; canada; folk tale; ghost story; haunted shores; supernatural; paranormal
|Come All Ye - Second Verse - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
As part of Culture Days 2010, folklorist Dale Jarvis leads an artist's talk about Come All Ye -Second Verse, a light-hearted portrait of Newfoundland folk music. Interview is with printmaker and musician Caroline Clarke, and woodwork and mixed media artist Pam Dorey. Recorded in front of a live audience on Friday, September 24, 2010 at the Devon House, Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador, 59 Duckworth Street, St...
Keywords: art; artist; interview; culture; newfoundland; music
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update May 2009 - Dance Heritage Edition - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
The monthly intangible cultural heritage newsletter of the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador
Keywords: dance; dancing; ich; heritage; folklore; intangible cultural heritage; newfoundland; labrador; heritage
|ICH Update 002 January 2009 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this issue of the ICH Update, we have a panel on fieldwork ethics, Innu place names online, a revitalization of drum dancing in Makkovik, and an ongoing oral history project in Placentia.
Keywords: Intangible cultural heritage; newfoundland; folklore; oral history
|Intangible Cultural Heritage Update June 2009 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update, ethnomusicologist Dr. Beverley Diamond wins the prestigious Trudeau Fellowship, Diana Quinton helps communities tell their local stories, the Town of Placentia salutes one of its living treasures (and my favourite eel trapper) Mr Freeman Upshall, an 18-year-old Labrador student wins a Women's Institute scholarship with an essay on local heritage, notes on a meal of fish from the Great Northern Peninsula, and those fences keep on...
Keywords: intangible cultural heritage; oral history; folklore; newfoundland; labrador; fences; fish
|Flat Bay train derailment - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Mr Clayton Tipple, Corner Brook, recalls a noteworthy train derailment in Flat Bay, Newfoundland, and talks about what would cause a train to go off the rails. Recorded at his home in Corner Brook by Nicole Penney and Dale Jarvis, 20 March 2012.
Keywords: trains; derailment; railroad history
|ICH Update 040 December 2012 - January 2013 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador is conducting a needs assessment survey, to measure the type and amount of ICH related training needed in the province; work continues on the Foundation's documentation of the Heart's Content Registered Heritage District; intern Joelle Carey starts work on a project identifying living Newfoundland Ponies; new ICH intern Christina Robarts works wit...
Keywords: Newfoundland; culture; skateboarding; russian; newfoundland ponies
|ICH Update 052 July 2014 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we outline our plans for the Petty Harbour Memory store, a public recording booth which will be set up to archive memories of growing up in Petty Harbour-Maddox Cove; the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador announces a $5000 grant for research on the historic fishery in the province; heritage intern Terra Barrett reports on community celebrations in Petty Harbour; Lisa Wilson gives an update on...
Keywords: heritage; inuit; labrador; fishing; oral history; folklore; intangible cultural heritage
|ICH Update 047 October November 2013 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this issue of the Intangible Cultural Heritage update for October/November 2013, we draw to the end of our wells project, and share some thoughts and findings on wells, water, and community. We have news from Norris Arm, with stories about traditional games, and from the Bay Roberts area on a project to document traditional folk belief, including stories collected from students at Ascension Collegiate...
Keywords: intangible cultural heritage; newfoundland; canada
|ICH Update 028 - August 2011 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Update for Newfoundland and Labrador: the Seeds to Supper Festival gets underway with a workshop on culinary tourism, featuring Canada's Top Chef participant Todd Perrin; we celebrate our agricultural history with an evening of stories of farming past, present and future; a local woman keeps the tradition of Newfoundland ponies alive; news on the Culture, Place and Identity at the Heart of Regional Development conference coming this fall; a his...
Keywords: folklore; folklife; festival; food
|Foolish Jack - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
Storyteller Dale Gilbert Jarvis tells the traditional folk tale, "Foolish Jack", to a group of students at Holy Cross Elementary School, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Recorded live on Friday, 11 April 2008.
Keywords: storytelling; storyteller; folk tale; fairy tale; jack; jack tale; dale gilbert jarvis
|The Whistling Ghost - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
The story of a whistling ghost from the community of Cartwright, Labrador, Canada, read by author and storyteller Dale Gilbert Jarvis from his book "Haunted Shores: True Ghost Stories of Newfoundland and Labrador" (Flanker Press, 2004). Recorded January 11, 2007
Keywords: storytelling; spoken word; storyteller; ghost stories; legends; labrador; hallowe'en
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|ICH Update 033 - March 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we announce workshops on oral history and folklore interviewing in Corner Brook and Grand Falls-Windsor; a public lecture on Acadian and Mi'kmaw basketry; an unusual tin grave marker from Bonavista Bay; and a research project on the Corner Brook mill whistle. Contributions by Dale Jarvis, Nicole Penney, Patrick Carroll and Janice Tulk.
Keywords: material culture; grave markers; cemeteries; baskets; newfoundland; labrador; corner brook
|ICH Update 003 February 2009 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's Intangible Cultural Heritage Update we celebrate dance heritage, ICH in Conception Bay South, the traditional naming of trap berths in Carbonear, and a new project of the Association of Newfoundland and Labrador Archives. Plus Living RICH, and Cupid makes an appearance in Cupids!
Keywords: Trap berths; place names; culture; folklore; Newfoundland
|ICH Update 039 November 2012 - Dale Gilbert Jarvis|
In this month's edition of the Intangible Cultural Heritage update for Newfoundland and Labrador: we announce a half-day workshop on the art, archaeology, history and heritage of cemeteries; Dan Rubin brings us a report from the Pouch Cove Heritage Day; Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador (HFNL) board member Doug Wells recounts the history of Deadman's Cove, Harbour Breton; and HFNL's Lisa Wilson updates us on her work in the proposed Heart's Content Heritage District.
Keywords: Newfoundland; graveyards; cemeteries; workshop